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Old 11-10-2014, 08:47 PM   #26419
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And found this today.
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Old 11-10-2014, 08:56 PM   #26420
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RVM21 checking in. Reading all the posts of all your travels makes me want to get our MOHO on the road. For now a visit to Southern Calif from our home in NorCal before Thanksgiving and at the end of May we are on our way for a big tour of Canada and the USA. Short visit to Kingman Az. Last month and a nice drive on Az. 95. No traffic makes this an easy road for a MOHO.
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Old 11-10-2014, 08:57 PM   #26421
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We are dragging our tails slowly northward with many a longing backward glance south. Tonight just north of Atlanta, then Georgetown Ky tomorrow night. Still nice and warm for the next day or two, then back to cold and snow.

Will post some pix when I have better internet.
Dang.... time flew... we seem to be having long days and short nights. And yet - time is really getting away from us too.

Be safe and don't forget to look into a Yurt or Cabin At CL... GC Redux 1.2 is going to epic!
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Old 11-10-2014, 09:02 PM   #26422
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R U an RV Mutant too?

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As I'm addicted to all things RV, I truly feel mutated enough to request a seat among the mutants I keep reading about in this never ending thread. I in fact have a washer dryer hookup but I don't miss not having a washer nor a dryer. I learned decades ago the Journey IS the Destination and therefore hope I can be hereafter known as RVM99 (as opposed to TBD or the soon to be Who will it be…).

Bokobird! Brave person to declare your mutancy in front of all us'ns! You must be a Connecticut Yankee, and that must be a first for us.

It seems you are about to nab that next precious number as you join our lunatic bunch and slip gracefully onto the rainbow. Someone extremely official will undoubtedly be along shortly to assess and grade your application and thereafter to announce your officialness.

Welcome, I say, thrice welcome!

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Old 11-10-2014, 09:03 PM   #26423
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Oh MY! So many newly mutated folks joining the fray.
I, too read all the posts.....eventually, as sometimes I can't keep up. When away from wifi for several days I just read the last 10 pages to see what is going on. But I go back and read the rest I have missed. And yes, sometimes I realize that I am reading stuff which I had read before.

Good news, Steve, about Annie's dad. Improvement is great. Normal to Rockford isn't a bad drive, our drive takes us about 5 hours now to get to Rockford. Sure beats the 15 hour drive from Eastlake, Co.
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Old 11-10-2014, 09:03 PM   #26424
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As I'm addicted to all things RV, I truly feel mutated enough to request a seat among the mutants I keep reading about in this never ending thread. I in fact have a washer dryer hookup but I don't miss not having a washer nor a dryer. I learned decades ago the Journey IS the Destination and therefore hope I can be hereafter known as RVM99 (as opposed to TBD or the soon to be Who will it be…).
Woo Hoo and Woot Too.

Lookie Lookie everybody - another complete and fully accurate application.

It's all over now - RVM99 - you have made the grade. Now tell us a little about yourself Carl.. the mutant version of name, rank and serial number.

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As I'm addicted to all things RV, I truly feel mutated enough to request a seat among the mutants I keep reading about in this never ending thread. I in fact have a washer dryer hookup but I don't miss not having a washer nor a dryer. I learned decades ago the Journey IS the Destination and therefore hope I can be hereafter known as RVM99 (as opposed to TBD or the soon to be Who will it be…).

Welcome bokobird.... #2 is on, but his mind is racing south... Lol... Nice to meet you.... You and #98 need to tell us a little but about you.... NOT a requirement, but we are friendly kinda peeps.....





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Old 11-10-2014, 09:08 PM   #26426
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As I'm addicted to all things RV, I truly feel mutated enough to request a seat among the mutants I keep reading about in this never ending thread. I in fact have a washer dryer hookup but I don't miss not having a washer nor a dryer. I learned decades ago the Journey IS the Destination and therefore hope I can be hereafter known as RVM99 (as opposed to TBD or the soon to be Who will it be…).
I am sure #1 or #2 will be along shortly and confirm your designation of RVM99 shortly, but in the mean time welcome aboard. (That did look like a Laurel and Hardy rerun as to 'Who's on First' didn't it?)
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RVM21 checking in. Reading all the posts of all your travels makes me want to get our MOHO on the road. For now a visit to Southern Calif from our home in NorCal before Thanksgiving and at the end of May we are on our way for a big tour of Canada and the USA. Short visit to Kingman Az. Last month and a nice drive on Az. 95. No traffic makes this an easy road for a MOHO.
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Great shot Alan... and great to hear from you! It's been a while.
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Sue... did you put the CT Yankee in King Arthurs Court - or is that King Martin's Court...
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Yesterday morning our little dogs alerted us to look out the back. We saw there were 5 deer standing just past the propane tank. The little dogs kept raising the alarm and eventually, the deer raised their heads from munching the grounded persimmons. And they slowly strolled across our future garden and into the woods.
Well after such success at running off those deer, our dogs are on hunting patrol. They are convinced we have deer everywhere, and when the door is opened, they charge out looking all over for those interlopers. They are funny to watch as they sniff where the deer have gone, and pace back and forth like they are going to save us all from the beasts.
We decided not to fence the back, as they seem to stay pretty close.
Does anyone know how to stop a terrier from digging after moles?
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Woo Hoo and Woot Too.

Lookie Lookie everybody - another complete and fully accurate application.

It's all over now - RVM99 - you have made the grade. Now tell us a little about yourself Carl.. the mutant version of name, rank and serial number.

Welcome aboard.
Thank you all for the welcome. Yes, I'm a Connecticut Yankee, aka Corrupticut. Started with tent camping as a teen, moved on to a gasser and then went years without. Decided back in January (after doing the rental experiment) that RV'g was good for myself (single) and the birds so here we are today with the KSDP and as noted in my lengthy application, I'm quite addicted to RV'g. Still doing the dirty deed M-F so the dream to chase the rainbow full-time is still a couple years off in the future. But in the meantime, I'm doing as much as possible to enjoy what I have as time permits. Like moving it down to FL at the end of the month so it won't have to put up with the brutal winter. I'm sure I'll have to visit it often as well
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Yesterday morning our little dogs alerted us to look out the back. We saw there were 5 deer standing just past the propane tank. The little dogs kept raising the alarm and eventually, the deer raised their heads from munching the grounded persimmons. And they slowly strolled across our future garden and into the woods.
Well after such success at running off those deer, our dogs are on hunting patrol. They are convinced we have deer everywhere, and when the door is opened, they charge out looking all over for those interlopers. They are funny to watch as they sniff where the deer have gone, and pace back and forth like they are going to save us all from the beasts.
We decided not to fence the back, as they seem to stay pretty close.
Does anyone know how to stop a terrier from digging after moles?
Stop a terrier from digging? Rofl... Ours dig in rocks.... Even baby 7 mo QTπ....
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zeelarry - I told Annie if she wanted to take it she could. If this were only half of it... She is the reason I care about anything so if she cares about it - I'm good with it.
I understand......likewise for Diane....
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